Membership

Membership

Originally, membership in the Royal Canadian Legion was restricted to war veterans only,  however eligibility and categories of membership have evolved over the years.  You now do not have to be in the service to join.

The Legion members consist of veterans, service, ex-service men and women, associate and affiliated members who gather for;

Comradeship, to continue to help grow the commitment to Remembrance and support those serving and those that have served and to promote community service, while striving for peace, goodwill and fellowship for all.

Membership options are as follows:

Ordinary Member      Associate Member       Affiliated Member

All applications for membership are subject to the General By-Laws of The Royal Canadian Legion and approval by the local branch to which the application is made.

Membership dues are paid annually.

With all the sporting activities and Special Events that take place at the Legion there will most likely be something that will interest you.  Come on in or call us at 204-953-1240.

If you cannot make it down to the Legion, please mail in your dues along with a self-addressed and stamped envelope and we will be pleased to mail your membership card to you.
Dominion Command has increased our dues at $1.25.  This increase is passed on to our members.
To renew your membership for 2018 the dues are as follows:
ORDINARY, ASSOCIATE and AFFILIATE are:  $50.00
SENIORS (65 and over) are:   $50.00
ALL NEW MEMBERS are:  $55.00
 
Please ensure that we have your most current mailing address, phone number etc. on file.   We will use this information to update our files at the branch and Dominion Command.  Some of our members have not been receiving their Legion Magazine, Tank Talk and correspondence from our office or from Dominion Command, due to incorrect mailing address and/or phone number.
Forms for change of address etc. is located at the front desk by the membership daily draw sign in sheet.  Please submit updated information to bar staff or office staff.
 
Regards,
Diane Pickering
Membership Chair